This series by UK based-brothers JP and Mike Andrews show us a range of visuals from around the world, focusing on the way shadows appear, and patterns emerge from simple movements.
To mark the 50th Anniversary of the momentous Apollo 11 moon landing, Dutch group Woodwork has created a beautiful and compelling short film of the voyage.
An adorable pop-up shop dedicated entirely to the naturalist and broadcaster, David Attenborough.
A collection of remarkable photos from Tuesday's total solar eclipse in South America.
Talk about an out-of-this-world photo! Taken from the International Space Station, the amazing photos show Raikoke Volcano on Russia’s Kuril Islands erupting this past weekend.
We find this series by Barcelona-based photographer Jordi Puig fascinating, for the way it shows the making-of, and the payoff shot.
Eerie yet beautiful series of abandoned homes in Saskatchewan, in all manner of decay. Specializing in capturing lost and abandoned architecture, photographer Laurelle June shows a side of the Canadian countryside that we don’t often see. Via DesignYouTrust:
This visually delightful series by photographer Gregg Segal is the result of three years of travel through the USA, India, Malaysia, Germany, France, Italy, Senegal, the United Arab Emirates, and Brazil.
French photographer Dino Falduto shows us a great perspective of Miami, framed through the backseat window of a car. We see a number of goings-on, from skateboarders and murals, to more mundane scenes of people waiting for the bus.
This incredible photo of a newly discovered crater on Mars may give more color to the notion that Mars isn't entirely the Red Planet.
Photographer Paolo Pettigiani's series Infraland continues, utilizing infrared film to show us places we've seen before, like we've never seen them.
Photographer Leah Kennedy shows us a wholly unexpected side of Ireland, unearthing new perspectives of a place we thought we knew.
Check out these stunning nature photos by the very talented Pepe Soho. Based in Mexico and specializing in nature photography, his lighting, timing, and sense of wonder are fully on display.
In this delightful short, we see why the world's best mathematicians are hoarding sticks of this ultra-premium Japanese chalk. Touted as the Rolls Royce of chalk, Hagoromo supposedly writes and erases better than anything else in the world.